Alt-Right Mojo

I’ve seen many “Watch Mojo” videos over the years, mostly on subjects like “Top 10 James Bond Villains” and “Top 10 Songs That Defined the ’80s.” I never imagined that Watch Mojo would create an informative and, more or less, fair analysis of the Alt Right. Enjoy.

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  • What they fail to realize is that many of us were born of meme culture… molded by it (if you’ll excuse the quote.) You can’t come at the AR assuming we’re misinformed or that we can be forced to back down. These reasons and many others are why mainstream political types have failed to effectively counter the movement. The groundswell of righteous anger at the politics and ideas that have utterly failed our people is not going away. It will not be appeased by anything less than victory.

  • Breitbart clearly isn’t “unashamedly white nationalist” or seeking a “whites only State”. I guess their tone could be considered moderately ethnonationalist in the usual Anglo way that includes lots of non-whites, but they would never explicitly advocate for a white-led polity, and would not desire a whites-only polity. They don’t say anything that classical Liberals pre-1964 would disagree with. Like Trump they want a ‘return to sanity’, not anything radical.

        • I used to be like you. Then I realized that unless things drastically change the US is Venezuela in my lifetime.

          • Well I agree with you. Frankly I think 99% of ‘Alt Lite’ types would agree with you also, they just don’t want to publicly talk in racial terms – as classical liberals they really wish they lived in a securely majority white society where whiteness could stay implicit.

  • If “Americanism not globalism” is a dog-whistle to the “alt right,” half of America is “alt-right,” maybe more than half.

    It says something about our times that a candidate for the American presidency saying “America First” is somehow controversial or even “alt” anything.

    What was Trump supposed to say, “Canada First, America Second?”

    “America somewhere in the top ten?”

    I think the real problem was that by saying “America First” that meant a certain apartheid regime in Palestine could only come in second, at best. Apparently, some people were outraged by that.

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